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ALAS executive director Dr. Maria Armstrong has demonstrated many times that she is someone who chooses the path toward greater learning
Rutgers University recently became one of the first universities to require vaccine passports for its 71,000-plus students
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School COVID testing can help keep the nation’s schools open to in-person learning but there are still questions about the availability of tests and regulations around administering them.
Virtual academies are being planned for districts across the U.S. to serve students for whom online school works well.
The U.S. Department of Education’s recent National Safe School Reopening Summit included best practices, resources, and more to support the return to in-person learning
Tech & Learning editors curate hundreds of free elearning resources for schools worldwide, especially those affected by coronavirus/COVID-19 closures.
Quizlet features instant study sets created by students and teachers with the ability to edit and make your own
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Google Sites is a great way to build a website and is available to teachers for free, here's how to best use the resource.
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